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politico-military

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  • The other six, including the present war on Gaza, all aimed at imposing a “forced regime change” on Arab communities neighboring Israel through the violent physical dismantlement of politico-military structures then present in, or on occasion dominating, those societies.

    Matthew Yglesias » Getting Closer to Nowhere

  • The other six, including the present war on Gaza, all aimed at imposing a “forced regime change” on Arab communities neighboring Israel through the violent physical dismantlement of politico-military structures then present in, or on occasion dominating, those societies.

    Matthew Yglesias » Self-Defense

  • Now that Tom Ricks, the best military reporter in the country, has published the second volume of his politico-military history of Iraq, The Gamble, my temptation is going to be to blog nearly every word of it.

    One Wrench | ATTACKERMAN

  • Otherwise the cadre that the media describe as the “national security establishment” does much, with the best will in the world, to suffuse U.S. foreign policy with illusion.34 These men and women spend much of their lives wrestling in and out of government with politico-military problems, and, regardless of party or style of presidential command, they have been the most vulnerable of all to the appeals of magic.

    Magic and Mayhem

  • Yet, starting with Korea and the war with China, Washington convinces itself that it can spread the risks when embarking on world-revising politico-military projects.

    Magic and Mayhem

  • The divide has made it practically impossible to fashion a coherent politico-military plan, led to frequent disputes over tactics and contributed to a sharp deterioration in the administration's relations with Afghan President Hamid Karzai. ...

    Obama, McChrystal and the chain of command

  • In the wake of 9/11 Americans were filled with anger and rage, which was easily redirected by the politico-military elite towards an invasion of Iraq.

    Mark Levine: No More Rage Against the Machine?

  • A lower, less habitual politico-military profile would mean reevaluating the more than seven hundred military bases and stations around the world that compose an interlocking system of six enormous regional commands.

    Magic and Mayhem

  • That a Democratic Administration which, in good measure, owes its existence to Barack Obama's early opposition to the Iraqi invasion is not merely avoiding these issues, but actively working to suppress any attempts to address them, only illustrates how entrenched the amorality and criminality have become within the US politico-military system.

    Mark Levine: No More Rage Against the Machine?

  • The timely formation of U.S. and Chinese politico-military ties may have prevented an Asian nuclear war.

    Magic and Mayhem

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